Action One
A personal psych-op

Ten political actions derived from dream guidance intended to instigate positive political change are vital to DREAM VERITAS! PDJ’s year-long commemoration of the 10th anniversary of 9/11.

ACTION 1/10:

al-Qaeda = CIA

When you read a story in The New York Times or hear a report on CNN attributing 9/11 to al-Qaeda, instead say/think “CIA.”

Notice how this simple mind game reflects and counters the psychological conditioning of the unwavering government/media narrative foisted on the world within a half hour of the first plane crashing into the World Trade Center.

This action is inspired by Lori Price, editor of the Center for Legitimate Government’s news digest CLG News. After the phrase “al Qaeda” in a news story, she writes: {al-CIAduh}.

Try the simple tactic saying/thinking “CIA” whenever you see/hear a news source attributing a terrorist attack to  al-Qaeda. It’s your personal psych-op, opening — rather than closing — the mind to veracity.

TALK OF 9/11 AND THE CIA

* Bob McIlvaine’s son Bobby, 26, a Princeton University graduate and talented writer, died in the lobby of the World Trade Center on 9/11. After witnessing the sham 9/11 Commission hearings, Bob has dedicated his life to “solving my son’s murder.” In an interview Cindy Sheehan, another parent whose son died because of the events of 9/11, Bob shares his feelings and his findings on the role of the CIA in the events that killed his son. This interview, Remembering the Tragedy, aired on CindySheehansSoapbox #70, September 5, 2010,  for the 9th anniversary.

* Paul Craig Roberts, a top official in the Reagan administration and the former editor of the Wall Street Journal, dissects the role of the CIA in the events of 9/11 and its relationship to the mainstream media, especially the bastion of political publications, The Washington Post, in a wide-ranging June, 2011 interview with Boiling Frogs co-hosts Sibel Edmonds and Peter B. Collins.



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